In an effort to strengthen First Amendment rights on campus, a revision to the University Freedom of Expression Policy has been proposed. The new policy will be effective May 10, 2017. Follow the link to view the proposed changes.
Your MGA Knightly News! M: Macon Campus C: Cochran Campus D: Dublin Campus E: Eastman Campus W: Warner Robins Campus A: All campuses THIS WEEK’S EVENTS APR 25 W: Vision Board Party, WRACC @ 11am-12pm APR 26 E: Final Exams Pet Therapy, Flight Entrance Lobby @ 11am-1pm D: Goal-Setting Vision Board Party, Student Center @ Continue reading
Stressed out? Final exams got you down? EVERYONE is invited to hang out with pet therapy dogs! Cochran campus, Roberts Memorial Library Monday, May 1st 11a.m. to 1p.m. Macon campus Library Tuesday, May 2nd 4p.m. to 5:30p.m. Eastman campus student life also is sponsoring to bring the therapy dogs there on Wednesday, April 26th from Continue reading
MGA would like to welcome all of the following new members of our staff and faculty who’ve joined us since April 1 – we’re glad to have you on board! Rebecca Reid, Police Department Kathryn Smith, School of Business In addition, please note anyone who may have experienced a name change at MGA for your records. Continue reading
Public Service major Carmishia Primus, president of MGA’s Residence Housing Association, is pursuing a career in guidance counseling and mentoring. To read more about Carmishia’s Greatness click here.
The MGA Chamber Singers, Guitar Ensemble and advanced Music students will be performing to showcase their hard work from this semester. The event will be held in the Art Rehearsal Hall Complex Music on April 25th at 12:30 PM. This performance is open to faculty, staff, and Students. Come Enjoy the festivities.
The MGA Art Festival is back with another treat! Professor Lauren Cater will be giving a lecture on the art of filmmaking as a part of the Annual MGA Art Festival. The lecture will be on the Macon campus on Wednesday, April 26 at 12:30 PM in the Arts Theater Complex.
Brian White, who is about to graduate with a B.S. in Biology, wants a professional career working with fellow amputees. To read more on Brian’s greatness click here.
#MGA’s Move On When Ready (dual-enrollment) students give us so much to be proud of. This is just the latest example: The Dublin Exchange Club selected Mark Donnell, a full-time MOWR student, as the Dublin-Laurens County Youth of the Year. Mark selected MGA Spanish associate professor Paige Crump as his most influential teacher. Mark is Continue reading
The Open Education Group is accepting applications for 2017-2018 OER Research Fellowships to do research on the impact of open educational resources and open pedagogy. The fellowships provide travel for conferences (Open Education) as well as small stipends for research. This research is centered on the COUP framework (Cost of learning materials, student success Outcomes, Continue reading